This week on Radio Gallery we revisit an interview with T. Young, a painter from St. Paul, as we discuss how painting can become a multidimensional art form with the collaboration of sound and color. She speaks about her inspiration, motivation, and provides a deeper understanding for her abstract perspective.
Produced by: Maija Jenson
Olson broke into the art scene in the nineties by opening a Boutique in Hastings, MN, and by teaching community courses on how to turn an artistic skill into a business. She has progressed into mixing the digital medium with abstract acrylic painting, creating colorful, textured pieces. Olson's work appears in various exhibitions, including "Art Attack" in the famous Northeast Minneapolis Arts District, each November. T. Young joins us to talk about her journey as an artist and to update us on her projects in progress.
Listen all fall to hear artists from beginners to professionals in their own spaces.
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Produced by Maija Jenson